Financial literacy: Helping overseas migrant workers create wealth
The Jakarta Post
Indonesia’s 4 million overseas migrant workers and their families are underserved by formal financial services and possess limited levels of financial literacy.
Improving not only access to formal financial services, such as savings, credit, remittance and insurance products, but also awareness of these products and the skills necessary to use them, could greatly improve the well-being o...
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